Tallinn welcomes you with open heart and wide variety of activities and attractions

Estonia, the Northern Europe´s hub for knowledge and busines and it´s capital Tallinn, the best preserved medieval City in Northern Europe welcomes you with open heart and wide variety of activities and attractions. From truely medieval restraurants into ultramodern tech companies and facinating architecture. The compactness of the City centre with the harbour and airport close to downtown attracts thousands of tourists to Tallinn every year. Our favourite spots and areas in Tallin, with cool vibes we are really fond of.

Bohemian chic Kalamaja area, where discovery centres Energia Avastuskeskus, Proto avastustehas, Lennusadam are located. Really cool Tallinna Telliskivi loomelinnak  , creative platform for tens of design shops, cool pubs and cafes. In Soviet days, they fixed railway locomotives here, today it is beloved spot for the trendy citizens

Wander in the medieval Tallinn oldtown,where´s fun in every season – Old Town Days, Winter Christmas Market, concerts at the Town Hall square, just name it. We do recommend to climb to the viewing platforms of Toompea for the spectacular views over Tallinn. Peek to museum Kiek in De Köki or visit exciting filials of Estonian Historical Museum to discover history of Estonian country, people, film and music

Tallinn Card transport

The tram or bus will take you directly to the rendez vous to stunning Kadrioru parki and magnificient Kadriorg Palace from 18th century exhibiting the art. Just few hundred metress away there is modern art mecca Kadrioru loss.

  • Those who are not afraid of heights can make couple of rounds with Skywheel of Tallinn Unique in Europe, the observation wheel will take you 120 metres above sea level, opening up a view of Tallinn’s classic skyline at a completely new angle. A bit further from City centre, still within a reach of 20 mins taxi or 30 mins bus drive is another landmark of Tallinn TV tower (best on a clear day to get the full benefit of the view).
  • If you are short on time, simply hop on the Tallinn City Tour bus and get a nice snapshot of the classic sights and back corners of the capital. If you you plan to stay in the capital for several days, we recommend you to purhcase Tallinn Card in advance. The Tallin Card is a sightseeing pass which gives you free entry to over 40 top attractions and museums, free travel on public transport, discounts to tours, shops etc.